dichloralphenazone


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dichloralphenazone

 [di-klor″al-fen´ah-zōn]
a complex of chloral hydrate and antipyrine (phenazone), a sedative and hypnotic used in combination with other agents for migraine and tension headache.

dichloralphenazone

/di·chlo·ral·phen·a·zone/ (di″klor'l-fen´ah-zōn) a complex of chloral hydrate and antipyrine (phenazone); used in combination with isometheptene mucate and acetaminophen in the treatment of migraine and tension headache.

dichloralphenazone

A hypnotic drug used for short periods for the management of insomnia and sometimes to control DELIRIUM. A brand name is Welldorm.

dichloralphenazone

a complex of chloral and phenazone, a sedative and hypnotic.
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At the time of evaluation with the headache clinic, she was on topiramate, magnesium, combination of isometheptene mucate, dichloralphenazone, and acetaminophen and as needed oxycodone, which she used 2-3 tablets per week.
Respondents were categorized by primary therapy, including triptans, barbiturates, opioids, prescription NSAIDs or OTC analgesics, isometheptene, dichloralphenazone, and acetaminophen (IDA) combinations, and other.
Since March, 2002, Esclim(TM) (estradiol transdermal system), ORTHO-EST(R) Tablets (estropipate), and Midrin(R) (isomethepene mucate, USP, dichloralphenazone, USP and acetaminophen, USP), have been on Express Scripts' recommended formularies.